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Arharia Male: The Arharia male was born in 2011 and is the son of Bamera, the alpha male of Bandhavgarh and the Banvai female. He was one of three cubs, two male and a female and as a cub was somewhat shyer than his brother and sister. Arharia had a difficult start to life because he was born at a time when there were many young male cubs of a similar age or older in Bandhavgarh. Despite this and even though he was ousted from his maternal territory by his own father he managed to survive against the odds and launch his own bid to become an alpha male in early 2016. Tigers4Ever has monitored his progress for the last six months and is now pleased to be able to confirm his availability for adoption as a MyTigerFriend. To learn more about the Arharia male adopt him and become his MyTigerFriend. NEW from October 2016.

Rajbehra Female: The Rajbehra female is the sister of Kankati and was one of a litter of three born in 2008. The Rajbehra female was less bold than her sister Kankati and was usually second on the scene when her mother called. The Rajbehra female and her sister, Kankati, battled for their mother’s territory and the Rajbhera female won. The Rajbehra female is shyer than her sister but nonetheless a successful hunter and in May 2012 she produced a litter of four cubs as a result of her mating with Bamera. Recent reports suggest that the Rajbehra female and her cubs are doing well. To learn more about Rajbehra become her MyTigerFriend.

Banvai Female: Born in 2008, the Banvai female survived against the odds when her mother tragically died leaving 3 16-month old orphaned cubs to fend for themselves. Her brothers disappeared but she learned to survive and hunt in her mother’s old territory. Initially shy and elusive she spent much of her time in the company of her father B2 or avoiding conflict by staying out of sight. In 2011 suitors came calling and she eventually mated with Bamera the alpha male producing 3 cubs, which she raised successfully, In  early 2013 she gave birth to a second litter of cubs also fathered by Bamera. To learn more about Banvai become her MyTigerFriend.

Sukhi Patiha Female: Born in 2008 the Sukhi Patiha female was one of 2 cubs, the current whereabouts of her brother are unknown. A shy female and quite elusive but bold enough to challenge her mother for her territory in 2011 and win. She mated with Bokha in 2011 and gave birth to 2 male cubs, but the arrival of a new male on the scene in 2012 spelt bad news. The cubs were killed by Blue Eye who mated the Sukhi Patiha female and produced a second litter of 2 cubs in December that year. To learn more about Sukhi Patiha become her MyTigerFriend.

Kankati II Female:  The Kankati II female was born in 2012 and is the daughter of Bamera, the alpha male of Bandhavgarh and the Rajbehra female. She was one of four cubs, three female and a male and as a cub was somewhat bolder than her sister, Solo, and other siblings. However, when the Rajbehra female started to distance herself from her growing litter it was Kankati II who was the first to leave her siblings and establish her own territory. Despite this her siblings, especially her brother, would often join her to feed from her kills. She acquired the name Kankati II after her aunt Kankati who sadly died during the 2014 monsoon. Kankati is the Hindi term for “split ear” and this beautiful tigress has distinguishing splits in both ears. Kankati II has now found a mate, the Arharia male and has mated several times with him. Tigers4Ever hopes that there will be news of cubs in the not to distant future. To learn more about the Kankati II female adopt her and become her MyTigerFriend. NEW from October 2016.

Solo Female:  The Solo female was born in 2012 and is the daughter of Bamera, the alpha male of Bandhavgarh and the Rajbehra female. She was one of four cubs, three female and a male and as a cub was somewhat shyer than her sister, Kankati II, and other siblings. However, when the Rajbehra female started to distance herself from her growing litter Solo decided to challenge her mother for her prime territory. The Rajbehra female had four new cubs and didn’t want to put their lives in danger so she surrendered some of her territory to her aggressive daughter Solo . Despite this Solo does not have all her mother’s territory and is forced to share waterholes and prey areas with his mother and sister. She acquired the name Solo because of her tendency to be alone whilst growing up. Solo is an aggressive tigress who has been known to charge at vehicles and forest patrols. Solo found a mate in the early part of summer which may explain her aggression towards intruders. Tigers4Ever hopes that there will be news of cubs for Solo in the not to distant future. To learn more about the Solo female adopt her and become her MyTigerFriend. NEW from October 2016.

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